Saint Ursula is proud to recognize the students who worked so hard work for the past couple months in an effort to showcase their ingenuity and creativity at the 2018 TechOlympics! TechOlympics 2018 is Cincinnati’s premiere technology competition and expo.
The students spent three days competing with other schools in challenges ranging from programming to design to networking, with fun events like speed texting and the not-to-be-missed gaming throw down on Saturday night. Their project, Cookies for the Community, has helped raise money and awareness for several local charities, including: Sophie's Angels Run, Karen Wellington Foundation and Grant Us Hope.
The girls received hands-on assistance with creating professional resumes and learned how to conduct themselves during a formal job interview. They also gained direct access to Cincinnati’s best employers, many of whom will be looking for summer interns and future co-ops. Technology is growing by leaps and bounds and careers in IT are wide open! Students who attended this year's TechOlympics were: Maggie Mullaney, Katie Schulte, Lilly Stark, Carly Bisher, Olivia Egbers, Lindsey Weber, Julia Lucas, Olivia DeStefano Maura Ceuto, Kelly Packer, and Kristen Stoddard Congratulations to these hard-working students!
Shown left to right: Maggie Mullaney, Katie Schulte, Lilly Stark, Carly Bisher, Olivia Egbers, Lindsey Weber, Olivia DeStefano